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Cinque Terre-Monterrosso-Please help me convince my traveling companions that a B&B in the old part of town is where to stay.

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I am going to Cinque Terre in September and have booked Hotel La Spiaggia, but I am concerned about the mixed reviews on trip advisor. So, we have considered staying in one of two B&Bs in the old part of town - Hotel La Poesia or Il Giardino Incantato. Please help me convince my traveling companions that the B&Bs are the way to go.
Although the B&Bs are not on the water they still seem to be quite close in walking distance to the beach and train? Also, advice on staying in old town vs. new town?

Thanks in advance for any advice. Kristen

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